Provocative and disturbing paintings of life and violence in the Rio Grande Valley. They encourage the viewer to reorient their sense of the cultural center and reimagine implications from the perspective of… Read More
Mapping Meaning: Adventures in Cartography
This exhibit presents a variety of beautiful maps and ways of reading them, combined with objects from the times they were created, dating from the 16th century to today
In Situ: Works from the William Rolland Collection
In this exhibit, we reimagine the William Rolland Collection through the lens of placing its objects in space and time.
From digital to traditional media, Cal Lutheran presents a compilation of student work from the Art Department's graduating class of 2018.
Siona Benjamin: Blue like Me
Indian-born, New York-based artist Siona Benjamin creates a unique visual language that presents her transcultural, transnational view of the world.
Biomythography: Currency Exchange
The Currency Series investigates multiple forms of currency, in particular, cultural currency and the ways in which they are encoded and decoded in our contemporary culture, juxtaposing works by artists from Los Angeles and Costa Rica.
The Tract Project
Focusing on the power of paper pamphlets, leaflets, and tracts, this exhibit features free tracts visitors can take home for themselves.
Art in a Time of Reformation: Works from the Rodolfo Sanzana Collection
To coincide with the 500 year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, works mostly from the mid-16th century are featured.
Decorative Art: Works from the William Rolland Collection
Featuring works from the William Rolland Collection, this exhibit focuses on 19th century decorative art.
Plastic Oceans: A Sad Reality
A mini exhibition curated by students, Plastic Oceans: A Sad Reality will be on display in the William Rolland Gallery alcove.